Peer into Whirlpools from this Glass-floored Walkway above the Sea
Uzu no Michi is a 450-meter walkway above the sea, directly beneath the Onaruto Bridge. From a height of 45 meters above the sea, peer through glass floors to see the whirling tides of the Naruto Channel, one of the three fastest whirlpools in the world.
In the spring and fall, the whirling tides of Naruto can reach a maximum diameter of 20 meters, said to be the world’s largest!
Since whirlpool viewing times change day by day, those who want to be sure to see them are advised to check the Peak Viewing Schedule on their Official Website.
About 3 minutes on foot from Uzu no Michi, you’ll find Eddy Memorial Hall, a facility that visitors of all ages can enjoy. Be sure to check it out when visiting Uzu no Michi!
From a height of 45 meters above the sea, peer into the powerful whirlpools.
To actually see the whirling tides, you need to check the viewing schedule beforehand.
Along the 450-meter-long walkway, there are 4 places to stop and rest.
The walkway cannot be used to cross over to Awaji Island.
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- Name in Japanese
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- (Naruto Koen Park) Naruto-Cho, Naruto City, Tokushima
- Adults: 510 yen, Junior & Senior high school students: 410 yen, Elementary school students: 260 yen
- The 2nd Mondays of March, June, September, and December
Summer (March – September) 9am – 6pm (entry until 5:30pm)
Winter (October – February) 9am – 5pm (entry until 4:30pm)
Golden Week Holiday/Summer Holiday 8am – 7pm (entry until 6:30pm)
- About 5 minutes by car from Naruto-Kita Interchange
- Official Website
- Official Website (English)